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Sub Assembler

Posted on: February 27, 2017

Position: Sub Assembler

Job Status: Full-time, Hourly

Department: Manufacturing

Reports to: Manager of AGV Production and Test

Overview:

A Sub Assembler is responsible for fabricating various electrical/mechanical subassemblies, custom wiring harnesses and electrical panel assemblies for the vehicle build during the subassembly process in a team based industrial/automation environment.  This work will be performed by completing various production work orders for subassemblies while utilizing and interpreting engineering electrical/mechanical assembly drawings throughout the vehicle subassembly build process.

Experience/Degree Preferred:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Certification from a qualified trade school in a related field, or some college is a plus
  • Previous electrical harness/component, panel wiring assembly experience in a fast-paced industrial/automation team environment

Responsibilities:

  • Utilize detailed assembly drawings/instructions, bill of materials and electrical harness/panel wiring schematics to prepare and complete tasks during all vehicle build related subassembly processes
  • Utilize various hand tools, machines and manual labor to complete the vehicle build subassembly process
  • Complete subassembly vehicle build electrical harness wiring/panel assemblies in a timely manner to meet/exceed manufacturing/project management schedules
  • Update engineering drawings/work instructions and electrical harness/panel wiring schematics throughout the vehicle build subassembly process when necessary
  • Maintain a safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules and regulations including, but not limited to, company policies and OSHA requirements
  • This position may include any other duties assigned by the company

Knowledge/Skills Required:

  • Ability to regularly lift and/or move more than 10 pounds
  • Ability to work and perform in a warehouse/industrial setting that can be physically demanding
  • Standing, bending, and lifting to complete work during the vehicle build final assembly process

Knowledge/Skills Preferred:

  • Knowledge of electrical harness/panel wiring for manufacturing machines and machine safety
  • Ability to utilize basic math and various measuring devices (i.e. tape measure, calipers)
  • Experience utilizing various types of manual, power and air tools (i.e. drill, wire crimping/stripping machines, rivet gun, soldering iron)
  • Detail orientated, focused, fast-paced and the ability to multi-task various projects/processes
  • Comfortable working in a team environment on a daily basis
  • Experience with utilizing computers/software (i.e. Microsoft Office – Word/Excel) for production work order tracking purposes
  • Ability to utilize a fork truck (or willing to obtain license) for the purpose of maneuvering various materials and subassemblies

Travel:

  • Minimal to none